Tobey Maguire Workout
I go on a diet where I’m on it for six days a week, and then I give myself a free day. The same goes with my workouts.
Tobey Maguire got the services of celebrity trainer Gregory Joujon-Roche, who is credited with shaping Brad Pitt for Troy. Together, Tobey Maguire and Greg Joujon-Roche crafted a workout that would get Tobey Maguire into Spiderman shape. They used workouts that Tobey Maguire likes to do, like running and gymnastics, while adhering to his vegetarian diet.
Tobey Maguire Workout Monday Routine = Chest & Shoulders
- 1 hour cardio on Treadmill (@2% Incline) with Abs Intervals
- 1-2 hours weightlifting: Chest / Shoulders Focus
Here’s the Tobey Maguire Treadmill Cardio/Abs Routine. Tobey Maguire’s trainer, Gregory Joujon-Roche monitors his heart to make sure it’s at the correct level.
- Do 20 minutes on Treadmill (@2% Incline)
- After 10 minutes, make sure you’re heart rate is @75%
- After 20 minutes, stop and do these three core abs exercises: (Ab Circuit)
- Accordion Crunches
- Side Bridges
- 2 minutes treadmill @ 85% heart rate (160 BPM)
- Repeat Ab Circuit (x4 times total sets)
- Do 2 minute sprint between each ab circuit
- After 4th set of abs, end with run on treadmill for 5 minutes @87%
After doing cardio/abs, they would have specific body parts they would work on. They would start each weak with chest / shoulder muscles. Instead of weights, the Tobey Maguire workouts sometimes uses a heavy gym ball instead. The Tobey Maguire is focused on “killing it” each set, not on the number of reps you do. Here’s the Monday weightlifting routine:
- Dive Bombers
- Dumbbell Bench Press or (Swiss Ball Push-Ups)
- Advanced Chest Flys
- Cable Flys or (Swiss Ball Incline Flys)
- Military Press
- Shoulder Workout Plan: Lateral Flys
- Front Raises
- Barrel Flys
- Rep-Out Push-Ups (as many as you can)
Tobey Maguire faced early criticism that he was too small to play Spiderman. He took this criticism to heart, and used it for motivation. Inspired by the naysayers, Tobey Maguire says:
I look forward to constantly changing people’s opinions of me. I think that’s the fun of it. I spend 2-4 hours working out a day, six days a week. It’s a combination of strength training, cardio stuff, stretching stuff.